Precision Cut Counters and New Glass Tile Backsplash Pair Perfectly

Precision Cut Counters and New Glass Tile Backsplash Pair Perfectly

New Quay Cambria countertops are precisely cut to fit the existing owner provided Kohler Co. sink and Delta Faucet. The Palm Tile and Stone Gallery D7 Collection Bliss Linear Glass tile in Cottonwood ties in the gray, taupe and beige colors that are in this kitchen.

Whether looking for a complete kitchen remodel or just a little freshen up, at Kitchen Mart, we have the remodeling experience to design and build the kitchen of your dreams.

For a FREE in home estimate for your new kitchen remodeling project, click here or call us at 916.362.7080.

For kitchen design ideas and to experience our quality countertops, cabinetry and more, we invite you to visit one of our two design showrooms:
Kitchen Mart Sacramento at 3742 Bradview Drive
Kitchen Mart Rocklin at 4381 Granite Drive.

Beautiful Raised Panel Cabinets

Beautiful Raised Panel Cabinets

It doesn’t get much better than a functional kitchen that is also beautiful. 
Featuring raised panel Kitchen Mart cabinets in Cherry wood with Berkeley Cambria® on the countertops. 
Whether looking for a minor update to your kitchen or a complete kitchen remodel, at Kitchen Mart, we have the remodeling experience to design and build the kitchen of your dreams.

For a FREE in home estimate for your new kitchen remodeling project, click here or call us at 916.362.7080.

For kitchen design ideas and to experience our quality countertops, cabinetry and more, we invite you to visit one of our two design showrooms:
Kitchen Mart Sacramento at 3742 Bradview Drive
Kitchen Mart Rocklin at 4381 Granite Drive.

Care and Maintenance for your Piedrafina Quartz Countertops

Piedrafina Quartz countertops are exceptionally durable, but they will require some common sense maintenance and care to keep them in top shape. Here are a few tips:

  • Never apply sealers, penetrants, or topical treatments to your quartz counter tops, they never need to be sealed.
  • Scrape any stuck-on gum, grease or paint off with a plastic (never metal) putty knife.
  • Remove any other grease with a degreasing cleanser as soon as it comes in contact with your countertop.
  • Remove ink or permanent marker with an oil-based cleaner; rinse with warm water immediately after the stain is removed.
  • Avoid excessive force or pressure on your countertops; this may crack or chip the surface.
  • While your quartz can resist temperatures up to 300 degrees Fahrenheit, always place a trivet or hot pad under hot pans, crock pots, electric skillets, etc., to avoid “thermal shock” which can occur due to sudden changes in temperature and cause permanent damage to your countertop.
  • Do not use a knife directly on your quartz counter tops.  While they are highly scratch resistant, they can be damaged by a knife or utensil cuts, or if forcefully hit with sharp objects.  Always use a cutting board placed on top of the countertop to avoid damage.